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part about jobs, and it is about making us more energy sustainable, but also it is about people. one of the things is how can we convince the american people of what we want to do? i do not have the answer. i just have an idea. >> thank you so much. [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >> in his weekly address, president obama observed the ninth anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks, paying tribute to the victims that day and the sacrifices of our troops abroad. the minority whip also mark september 11th and discussed the ongoing military response to those attacks. this is 10 minutes. >> today, we mark a day in our history. we will never forget the anger and the sadness that we felt. while nine years have come and gone since that september morning, the passage of time it will never diminish the pain and loss forever seared into the consciousness of our nation. that is why on this day, we pray with the families of those who died. we mourn with the husbands and wives, children and paren
. whichever fuel or energy sources used, it will require infrastructure. it's very difficult to build out eight different types of infrastructure to meet that kind of broad technology platform. i think we will have some hard choices as a nation to make about what our future transportation fuels will be. that is part of what this study is hoping to shed a great deal of light on. again, as i've said before, there is no question that for many years to come, the internal combustion engine, fuelled by hydrocarbons, particularly crude oil, or going to be a dominant form of transportation here in the united states. >> should oil exploration be permitted in the great lakes? >> that is a great question. from a geologic standpoint, i don't know if the great lakes has exploration potential. in terms of whether or not people would want to explore there are not, i just don't know. as to whether it could be done safely and environmentally responsibly, absolutely. ours is an industry that operates in many hostile environments in terms of weather and climate and other things. i know the great lakes can h
is that the united states and how did this to shape japan's basing policy for the u.s. marines there. there is a lot of circumstantial evidence. if we took this to the courts -- that is the only way we could do it without eyewitnesses. that is the crux of many of these complaints. if you have no eyewitness, how can you be sure? in this case, we really do not need to have an eyewitness. if we just look at history for 50 years and the number of who else has conducted -- of provocations that have happened, who else has conducted provocation in that area other than north korea. it is certainly hard to imagine another country -- certainly not me and our -- myanmar or malaysia. i would be pretty surprised if it was iran. the idea that the republic of korea did it to themselves -- some of this is preposterous. to take the theory that this was somehow an old mine that had been laying around for decades and popped up and some, cheonan -- and sunk the cheonan. there are people who might believe that and then they automatically hold suspect that the international inspection team did not do their business very
to which we and all the peoples of the region aspire. we ask god to bless us with a future in which we will all enjoyed peace, security, and stability. made peace and god's mercy and blessings be upon you. [applause] >> on behalf of the general assembly, i would like to thank the chairman of the executive committee of the palestine liberation organization and president of the palestinian authority for the statement just made, and i request protocol for his excellency. >> sunday on "washington journal," scott rasmussen on his new book about how the tea party movement is fundamentally remaking our two-party system. then come immigration issues surrounding arizonas immigration initiatives and the dream act, a pathway children -- a pathway to citizenship for some children of illegal aliens. after that, protecting student athletes from concussions. plus, your e-mails and phone calls. "washington journal" -- live sunday at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. sunday on "newsmakers," wyoming senator john barrasso on what the republican gop should be if the gop wins more seats. he also talked about th
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